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in juvenile hall. >> arnold schwartzeneggar writes carl rove dismissed him as a light weight. this comes in the new memoir total recall. saying the recall election that landed him in the governor's chair would never happen adding condoleezza rice was his choice in 2006. >> the battle over vaccinating school children. there is a bill right now that would add another step for parents that don't want their kids getting that shot. >> in a last ditch effort parents rallied and urged him to veto a bill requiring parents to get a professional's signature in order to opt out of getting their children vaccinated. telling stories of how they believe their kids suffered major health problems. >> this bem take as way our right to choose what we deem is best for our children. i didn't know what had been done to my child. >> with the help of rob snyder a democrat, who joined republican lawmakers in opposing the bill. >> the state has no authority to restrict or eliminate a parent's right to exempt their child from vac yeenz or medical procedure. >> one of the country's leading experts in pediatric inf
the road and everyone so close to skres ka a jessica and carl. but they decided to move. >> we all put our house on the market at the same time. there's sold and they're gone. >> reporter: they can't sell their house and can't figure out why. they bought the house for $325,000 six years ago. today they're asking $225,000. $100,000 less. but it still won't sell. >> $100,000, it's real money and our savings -- we're going pay to get out of it. is it overpriced? they brought in an appraiser to find out and got bad news. he estimated their home was worth just $190,000. $35,000 less than what they're asking. that gap could be a huge problem if they ever do get an offer. . when a bank gets a low appraisal they often won't do the loan at all. they feel it's overvalued. and they feel at risk. you can implore with the bank they have a second look but the fact of the matter it's rarely urn turned around. >> reporter: underappraisals is an obstacle in today's tough et. >> just when they thought everything was great and they know what the house is worth and three people wanted it. they get the last-mi
. >> reporter: but jessica and her husband, carl, are stuck in jersey. they bought the house for $325,000 six years ago. today, they're asking $225,000. a $100,000 loss. >> $100,000 is -- it's real money. >> reporter: what's worse, the house was just appraised at $190,000 -- $35,000 less than what they're asking. that gap could be a huge problem if they ever do get an offer. >> when a bank gets a low appraisal, they often won't do the loan at all because they feel as though it overvalued the house and they feel at risk. so, you can implore with the bank that they get a second look. but, the fact of the matter is, it's rarely turned around. >> reporter: but could we turn it around? we brought in one of the country's top appraisal experts for the inside scoop. she let us in on three ways appraisers are sizing up your home. first, the first sight. >> walking into this house we need a hatchet, right? >> yes. >> i didn't bring my machete. >> this is a no-no. >> reporter: appraisers can hack off thousand of dollars from your home's value for just having an unkempt yard. and signed, the first sight
at the president and speaker of the house on spending cuts. jonathan carl has an exclusive first look. >> reporter: the president and the speaker, the talks were secret, and woodward said the stakes higher than anybody realize at the time. >> you talk about it essentially as 44 days that were the financial equivalent of the cuban missile crisis? >> so serious they couldn't tell the world how bad it was at the time. >> reporter: in "the price of politics," published on september 11, bob woodward gives a blow by blow account of the effort to reach a so-called grand bargain. spending cuts and tax increases to cut the deficit. the deal was tantalizingly close but broke down near the end when woodward says the president asked boehner to agree to more tax increases. for boehner, that was a deal breaker. he wasn't going to get a damn dime more out of me, boehner told woodward. at a critical juncture, boehner didn't bother to return the president's phone calls. when they finally connected, boehner tells woodward the furious president was spewing coals. the president acknowledged he was angry and told wood
suspended. >>> a terrifying ordeal for a manager at carl's jr. near dallas. a robber held a gun to her head, demanding she open the safe. eventually she gave in. after taking time off to recover, she was fired from her job. carl's jr. is not saying why. >>> and some new developments in the decades-old search for teamsters' boss jimmy hoffa. police in detroit have received a new trip that hoffa is buried under the driveway you see there. they're now taking soil samples. thousands of tips have come in since hoffa vnished back in 1975. >>> finally, the prime minister of great britain, perhaps a little embarrassed this morning. he was on david letterman last night. got a pop quiz on british history. he did rather well. but he missed two. he knew which year the magna carta was signed. hear, hear. but he didn't know what magna carta meant. it means great charter. he also couldn't name the composer of "rule britannia." that composer is? thomas arnes. see i -- it's fine. >> you just knew that. it was just in your head. >> i didn't. i'm going to guess there aren't a ton of brits that know it, either
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